Fun, low-brow illustrator living in Hackney. Available for freelance projects and collabs!
I specialize in animation, cartoons, comics, content creation, digital art, digital illustration, hand drawing, social content.
I have been making cartoony social content for a local coffee shop called Bullet. This is a teapot with Bullet-flavoured-steam.
Underwater themed response to a focaccia baking image. (Posted on the summer Still Here Still Life Instagram briefs)
Update of an old drawing with added type. I ended up screen printing this onto some totes
Getting into drawing more complicated things like glass, lots of fun stylising
Thinking about the link between what we feel we are worth and the direction and effort we put into things.
Another graphic for new zine
I did some drawings of smoking pet peeves as part of a zine I am making
I made myself some motivational stickers to (hopefully) help with the CONSTANT negative self-talk that seems to be an innate part of my creative practice
I've spent recent lockdown days watching far too many Youtube videos about attachment styles and honestly it makes a lot of sense. Here is a little message for my anxious preoccupied self
Trying out tattoo designs
I started a project of hunt illustrations, where things in the image need to be found. In this, the objects were: Lost iPhone, murder weapon, portal to another world, glass half empty and banana. (This is the pre-digital illustration which I don’t usually share but felt like a change!)
I've been experimenting with colour pallets and line width. Also trying to do LESS - my natural tendency is to add everything so cutting back is quite hard, but I think works better.
I’be been sketching my toy cars and trying to imagine how plants might interact with them
I live in central London, so I sometimes dream of a more nature-filled work space
Inspired by lockdown dinner times and trying to be healthier
Inspired by lockdown walks and pretty gardens
Part of a repeat pattern I am working on
A panel from a comic I am working on, containing otherworldly gardening guides
Lockdown has given us all far too much time to think